Re: a couple of questions re at8022 and at4022
Hi again Hamit and Gena.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Yes Hamit it was an error on my point.
I did mean the AT2022 and I'm hoping to receive that next week.
As for the AT8022. I take your point in setting up Phantom, but I could use them to check them out using their own internal batteries.
I also like your suggestion, that in the meantime, I could use the mini jack with the 8022 and try plugging this into my very little DS50. Now I think this will lead to surprising results. I'll let you know the outcome.
Very best wishes.
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From: "Hamit Campos" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2020 2:48 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] a couple of questions re at8022 and at4022
Hi Andy and Gena. Just to clarify a few things. Andy the 4022 is a completely different mike from the 2 we're discussing here. I'm sure you ment 2022 and typed 4 by axident. But the 4022 is the omni brother of the 4021 which is what the 8022 is based on. Now to the subject at hand. Yes the 2022 is battery operated only thus phantum indeed could damage it. As for the AT-8022 it came with a double A I'm sure Andy. You don't necessarily need phantom for the 8022 if you didn't want it. Sure if you are using it with XLRs it's best to do so to get the full beniphat of the mic. But also this mic comes with a mini XLR to 3.5 jack cable. This Andy is so you could use it with the DS-50 or something like that. But it is mainly for using the 8022 with a camera. You can mount the 8022 on a DSLR camera. As you can the H6. There ya go just wanted to clear things up. Andy just sent you a seperate message on how to turn phantom on and how to link the tracks. Note the XLRs that go into the H6 are different collors. Have your wife figure out which collor is which channal. I forget right now. I will say this though left goes towards the front of the H6 meaning in the XLR near where you snap on the snap off mics and in this case the right goes into the XLR near the menu levor. Just so as you know same applys to the left XLRs. Track 1 left channal is the XLR near the opening for the snap offs and the XLR near in that case to the card reader is Track 2 or right channal. I'd really love to hear the 8022 on the F8N though to see what it sounds like on truely pro gear.